Reuters reports that Xi Jinping is next week expected to announce a series of central policies aimed at diversifying the casino-reliant economy of Macau. This comes as six-month running pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong are...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 16, 2018
At The Washington Post, Center for Strategic and International Studies fellow Jonathan E. Hillman...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 26, 2016
In what appears to be yet another example of a foreign government with trade ties to China...
by Josh Rudolph | May 6, 2016
Looking at Xi Jinping’s steady tightening of control over the media and long-running...
by Cindy | Oct 8, 2013
As China’s top leadership plans for economic reform over the next decade, Liu He has come to...
by Natalie Ornell | Jul 6, 2013
Following a series of Swiss companies under scrutiny in China, Tetra Pak, a food packaging company, is under investigation for its business practices. The New York Times’ David Barboza reports that the State...
by Scott Greene | Sep 6, 2012
Bloomberg reports that the Chinese government has approved plans to build over 2,000 kilometers of roads as it aims to reverse slowing economic growth: The projects include highways in Zhejiang and Xinjiang provinces, according...
by Scott Greene | Nov 28, 2011
While Hu Jintao has pledged to boost imports to offset weakening global demand for Chinese exports and the sharpest cutback in in manufacturing since the 2008 financial crisis, a New York Times report warns that other Asian...
by Liu Yong | Dec 9, 2009
From Reuters: China used its most important economic planning meeting of the year to drop hints that it will wind down ultra-loose pro-growth policies, carefully couching its message in soft language to avoid spooking markets....
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